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Old 04-08-2019, 02:35 AM
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Question How do you set multiple static colours? [Pic related]

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You need to turn on software control for the RAM, which lets you assign to all the LED's on the ram

Settings -> Your ram -> Software tickbox

Its more CPU intensive, but lets you do the fancy stuff
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You can add multiple effects and then apply those effects to individual DIMMs. Even in hardware mode, you can set different effects for individual DIMMs - but there can only be a single effect for a single DIMM.
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